Law and Justice increase their lead over the Citizens Coalition, which is standing still. The fate of the government in the new Sejm will be decided by the Confederation – according to an IBRiS poll for Onet published on Friday.
The team once again took first place on the podium Law and Justice (PiS) – according to a study conducted by IBRiS. As Onet noted, Jarosław Kaczyński’s party can count on support 35.1 percent Poland. This is more than 1.8 percentage points more. compared to the last portal survey conducted on September 13.
Second place – as we read in Onet on Friday – is occupied Citizens Coalition (KO). The group led by Donald Tusk enjoys support 26.1 percent voters. This is 0.3 percentage points less. compared to the previous study.
Confederation in third place
She returned to the stage Confederation. It pointed at her 9.9 percent. examined by IBRiS, i.e. less by 0.2 percentage points.
Politicians from this group decide the fate of the government in the new Sejm – according to the prediction of the seat distribution
– appreciated Onet.
This is evident from a study published on Friday Third way can count on 9.2 percent votes (up by 1 percentage point compared to the previous survey).
The left, which came third last week, would this time be the last to introduce candidates to the Sejm, with the support of 9.1%. (-2 percentage points)
– added the portal.
How would the seats be distributed?
Onet’s calculations based on the IBRiS survey show that the distribution of seats in the Sejm would be as follows: PiS – 203, KO – 148, Konfederacja – 40, Trzecia Droga (Polska 2050+PSL) – 36, Left – 32 , German minority – 1.
The portal also reported that if parliamentary elections were held this Sunday, 62.9% of voters would participate. respondents. The answer “definitely yes” was given by 54.8%, and “probably yes” by 8.1%. people.
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